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Hounslow High Street Quarter

High Street Quarter, Hounslow is an exciting residential development coming to the centre of the borough, designed to spark the regeneration of the surrounding area. One, two & three-bedroom homes will be built around a new public square with shops, restaurants and a Cineworld. The vision for High Street Quarter, Hounslow embraces the development principles set out in the Hounslow Town Centre Masterplan and has evolved through stakeholder engagement, including the Hounslow Town Team, local businesses and members of the community. The vision is to create a new sense of place and a series of streets that sit comfortably with the existing fabric and strengths of the town. The proposal has been carefully designed to create seamless linkages into the High Street, the Blenheim Centre, and the existing network of secondary streets and pedestrian routes. A major competition for one of the key regeneration sites in London. The scheme features a new public square designed to become a focus of urban life in Hounslow. A variety of restaurants and bars overlooking the busy street scene in the square are clustered in a gentle semi-circle around the bold and distinctive form of the new cinema. The residents inhabiting some 400 apartments above will bring vibrancy and life throughout the day and into the evening.

Published in 2013, The Hounslow Town Centre Masterplan promised a bright future for the borough with High Street Quarter as the catalyst for future investment. Designed by tp bennett for Barratt London and Wilson Bowden, the major town centre development represents a £210m investment in Hounslow and provides a new heart for the town The mixed-use scheme comprises almost 600 new homes, 41% of which are affordable, alongside new shops and restaurants and a multiscreen cinema to create a new evening economy, all laid out around a central square. This new town square is the key component of the development, providing a hub for cultural and social interaction.